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Indian, Pakistani artists to share exhibit at Venice Biennale

The exhibition is being organised by the Gujral Foundation, which was founded in 2008 by Mohit and Feroze Gujral

PK gets widest Bollywood release in China

The Aamir Khan-starrer is releasing in 3,500 screens, beats Dhoom 3 record

The A-Z of Jaipur Literature Festival 2015

Everything you need to know about the literary event, in alphabetical order

Too much sitting may be killing you, says study

Research says negative effects of sitting time on health are more pronounced among those who do little or no exercise

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Let's paint the town

The St+Art festival in Delhi takes art out of the gallery to positively change the urban landscape

Raggae rock with some wine

This year's SulaFest, an annual music event in Nashik, will showcase underexposed names from the world of music

Steak out of a truck

Funkily designed trucks that serve grab-and-go food are the new rage in Bengaluru

At work and happy

Our job consumes a huge amount of our time. That is why it is important to teach ourselves to be happy at the workplace

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An unscripted performance explores the power of listening

Two Women Talking, an unscripted performance in the form of a conversation between two women, is a cathartic experience

Gauri and Nainika: Homes with a sense of fashion

Pradeep Sachdeva, architect and owner of a design studio, reviews Gauri and Nainika's new home decor label

Dressing Nicole

From chic suits to flowing gowns, Nicole Kidman has been known for her elegant sartorial choices

When wine is your pudding

How about topping your meal with a sweet wine? Here is a beginner's guide to dessert wines

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Book on history of JNU launched

JNU: The Making of A University by Rakesh Batabyal was launched at Press Club of India, on Saturday.Batabyal, the history of media teacher at ...

Up close with Van Gogh

As a fledgling artist, Vincent van Gogh hired a carpenter to build a perspective frame: a wire-grid window. He used it to draw the Dutch ...

Primary colours of the Indian stock market

The author believes that the government's huge divestment programme is largely responsible for the monopoly-like situation arising in the ...

Demolishing an idea of India

In Destruction of the Babri Masjid A G Noorani may seem alarmist, his language somewhat bitter. But then, the evocation of memories of December ...

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Malavika Sangghvi

North versus the rest
Malavika Sangghvi

Is Jayanthi Natarajan a victim of Rahul Gandhi's 'shift' from being pro-poor to pro-industry?

Kishore Singh

Nurturing the collector
Kishore Singh

The exhibition looked at Clark's role as patron, collector and art historian and how he helped shape the course of British art

Jai Arjun Singh

Nihilism in a medical ward
Jai Arjun Singh

There is, of course, satirical exaggeration in this portrait of a medical ward as a purgatory for confused souls, administered to by angels ...

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Chess (#1133)

Magnus Carlsen duly won the top section of the 77th Wijk An Zee Tata Steel tournament (yes that's a mouthful). The world champion scored 9 from ...

Beginner's luck

The JSW-funded Bengaluru FC, which has begun spectacularly by winning the I-League and Federation Cup titles in its maiden attempts, struggles ...

Chess (#1132)

The Tata Steel event has been hard-fought but the world champion asserted himself after a shaky start

Who will replace Viswanathan Anand?

Viswanathan Anand has kept the Indian flag flying for long. But he is 45 now. The author identifies three young chess players who could be the ...

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Power wheels: Obama's 'Beast' vs Modi's BMW 7-Series

With a night-vision system, tear-gas cannons and a blood bank, Barack Obama's car is a "beast" on the road. Here's a look at how Narendra Modi's ...

Inner peace with the new Mercedes-Benz

The Mercedes-Benz CLA, with its radical good looks and smooth ride, should attract young first-time buyers

Firecracker of a crossover

It isn't imposing and has an uninspiring boxy silhouette, but the new Skoda Yeti is a capable compact SUV that can take on more than its size ...

Riding Retro

Two of Triumph's most iconic motorcycles, the Thruxton and the Bonneville T100, represent a blend of style and practicality

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Gopichand Katragadda

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Mistry's lab-to-market man

Shital Kakkar Mehra

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Business sense and sensibilities

Atul Gawande

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The humane face of medicine

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The sound of India

Two men have set up an archive of Indian music and theatre as well as recorded speeches of historical figures

The dilemma of ethics

In the Ramayana, after the battle has been won and Ravana vanquished, the epic instead of winding down to a happy ending throws up a dilemma. ...

History in miniatures

200 objects including Shah Jahan's recipe book, a rare photograph of Bahadur Shah Zafar and the earliest Indian Atlas have been brought to Delhi ...